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sunshine and 55. >> sounds good. that's it for 9news at 6:00. cbs evening news with katie couric is next. don't forget wusa9.com is always on. have a good night. >> couric: tonight, president obama orders 30,000 more u.s. troops to afghanistan as he plans to lay out his new strategy in a nationwide address. i'm katie couric. also tonight, a manhunt in washington state. the search is on for a career criminal wanted in the brutal murders of four police officers. the tiger woods mystery continues. after crashing his s.u.v., he's now pulling out of his own tournament and still not talking to the police. and a great american city honors our own steve hartman. why? because he asked. >> reporter: could i get one of those keys? >> yeah, i'll get you one. hey, ken! captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening, everyone. the orders have gone out. president obama is sending tens of thousands of additional u.s. troops to afghanistan. the first wave is expected to arrive by christmas. tomorrow night, president obama will outline his new
the news again. he spoke with c cbs katie couric about him using methamphetamine and the criticism. >> i had a problem. there could be other athletes that have a problem. i would ask for some compassion. >> you can watch katie couric's interview tonight on 60 minutes at 7:00 here on wjz 13. very interesting. >> it should be. >> if you're booking flights for the holidays, patients may not be a virtue. >> fares up 2% from last year. >> the airlines ad a 20 nights each way around the holidays. book now, the cost will only continue to rise. >> here at home, there is at least one way to save money on holiday gifts and it's happening today at the maryland state fairgrounds. >> we're live, more on how it works. robin, good morning, it's a good concept. >> reporter: thank you. >> talk about it. >> basically we have about 300 families participating with us this weekend that are selling their gently-used and new merchandise, toys, videos games, books, anything and everything for the kids, they're reselling here at the sale. we have thousands of items for sale at the fair ground at phenome
, there was this scary guy. i saw that katie had blood on her, and he just cut her throat and she fell to the ground. he still didn't notice i was in the room, and he was getting ready to leave. he opened the door, almost had the light off, looked one last time, and he saw me looking at him. he just reached over and cut my throat like this. >>> this is wjz tv. wjzhd and wjz.com, baltimore. >> from the city, to the counties, to your neighborhood. now it's complete coverage. it's wjz, maryland's news station. >>> working and waiting. the mayor of baltimore keeps up a busy schedule. >> good evening and thanks for joining us. a jury will start up deliberations on monday. wjz has continuing live coverage. she has more on the mayor's presence today. suzanne. >> reporter: the mayor has been dropping in on a bunch of events today. she is smiling, and she is not saying a word about what's going on at the courthouse. it's fireworks and fake snow at harbor place tonight as hundreds of parents and children come to see the men in the red suit arrive by boat. the keynote speaker is mayor sheila dixon, enthusiastic
into the street. -- them into the street. >> that's right. >>> katie couric has a preview of what's coming up tonight. >>> we'll take you inside the small business behind the biggest toy this season. a robotic hamster called isuzu. that's tonal. >>> -- tonight. >>> here's a look at tonight's closing numbers from wall street. we'll be right bax. ♪ ♪ tell me who's watching. ♪ i always feel like somebody's watching me. ♪ (announcer) it's right here. it's easy. ♪ i always feel like somebody's watching me. ♪ it's the money you could be saving with geico. >>> here's a live look outside right now. the drizzle will go away before the sun will come back up. wjz is live with first warning weather complete coverage. bob is updating the five-day forecast. but first, tim williams, without the umbrella, is in the outback with more of what we can expect. >> the temperatures have kind of leveled out. the fog is still here. mist is here. we are going to go down to 49 degrees. it's actually pretty comfortable here right now. tomorrow, we'll get up to about 60 degrees. expect the sun in the afterno
kati haycock, president of the education trust and she is well worth listening to. kati? [applause] >> thanks. you know, arne and mike have just outlined some very big and very bold, some might say earthshaking changes for education system. i doubt i need to remind most people in this room why the big changes are so important. yes over the past decade we have made some progress in this country and raising achievement of american children especially elementary grades. and yes, the children furthest behind, low-income kids, kids of color, students with disabilities, english-language of learners have made more progress than other kids substantially narrowing the gap between the kids in other young americans. and yes, despite the contention that we don't know how to improve our lowest performing schools and an awful lot of those schools actually have gotten a lot better in recent years proving beyond the shadow of doubt as arne said so clearly were kids can achieve high levels when we teach them at high levels. but the truth of the matter is we have made gains only been measured by an
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muslim cleric. and a possible link to some of the 9/11 hijackers. i'm katie couric. also tonight, president obama's big decision on afghanistan. david martin with the exclusive details of what the military will be getting to continue the fight against the taliban. a cbs news investigation. why so many rapists in this country are getting away with the crime. and "assignment america." they're ready to start their life together-- 50 years after a lie kept them apart. >> like the time had not past.
and opportunity that's extended abroad. >> and later this morn, first lady, katie o'malley will attend a letter writing service thanking veterans and their families for their service. >> thank you. the governor is set to speak about the unique needs of military children. >> and in howard county, today is the last day teens can use tanning beds. many health experts say yugz tanning beds before the age of 30 can increase the chance of skin cancer by up to 75%. once again the indoor tanning bed for teens goes into effect tomorrow. >> tanning is a big thing though. remember we had the plastic surgeon on. plastic surgeons are doing the spray tan thing. >> point taken, doctors are,. >> up hundred. >> saying here is the better l alternative. >> noted plastic surgeon doing it among others. >> nothing looks worse than an anemic looking white man. about the middle of january i don't look in the mirror and you think when i am the same color as the palm of my hand it is time to go to florida. >> or some place nice and sunny. >> or risk my life and hit a tanning or bed. -- that's my measure. [inaudible] >>
being in remission, anna and katie met for the first time with plenty of hugs, laughter and tears to go around. >> it is wonderful to meet you. thank you. it is just a little something. ♪ thank you thank you ♪ thank you thank you ♪ thank you thank you >> and anna robinson, okay, i'm already crying -- and katie quinn are with us this morning. their story is featured in the december issue of "self" magazine. lucy is the magazine's editor in chief and dr. nancy snyderman is nbc's chief medical editor. good morning to all of you. we have to tal about this meeting. when you saw her and knew what she had done for you and she presented you then another gift, this necklace, what went through you? >> i can't thank her enough. she saved my life. there are no words to express how grateful i am for the second chance at life that she's given me and the chance to travel again and be with my boyfriend and be with my family. >> and you, katie, you're just watching that and knowing what you've done, i see tears in your eyes. because it means that much to you. >> yeah. >> why? >> it is just a very
that her real major misstep was her interview with katie couric. even sarah palin admits that it did not go well. she admitted that to oprah winfrey and talks about it in the book. every aspirant to high office should be it able to answer tough questions. what happened with sarah palin was a cultural revulsion. any rumored to be inherited, every fact that might confirm this caricature of her as some sort of radical conservative bent on taking us back to the stone age was embraced. every factor that contradicted that, which is most of her political profile prior to 2008, directly rebuffs that khartoum. well, those facts were dismissed. host: caller? caller: it seems to me that everything you just said, she seems to have this mentality, as many like her do, that any type of questioning or the slightest bit of negativity is right away and attack. i have not read the book, obviously, it has not come out yet, i am looking forward to it, but from what i have heard a great deal of it is about the left-wing media being out to get her. guest: well, there is something to the fact that people are out
: the katie couric interview where she answered questions, about -- and even with oprah had trouble answering the question about the katie couric interview and many people including yourself, said it was a fair interview. she wasn't coming after her like a pit bull in any sort of -- looking down the nose at her. >> caller: in the book, sarah palin says that she booted the interview. she's up front about it. she booted it. it wasn't one of her finest moments, and why she booted it. we'll discuss it but it looked to me in reading the book, they were overloading her on say this, say that, don't say this, don't say that and that is what happened to president bush, they'd overload him on so much stuff, he'd get in there and forget or would be thinking about it, instead of answering the questions, he'd be thinking about what he should say rather than speaking from the heart and that is how it looked to me and i spoke to katie couric friday night about that interview. and -- because i prepping, now, that what is we do... we prep! and i will not tell you what she told me, but it was interesting from
the media, katie couric, brian williams, robin roberts, and sanjay gupta. you are looking at video right now. let's take our next telephone call from houston, missouri. david on the independent line, go ahead. caller: we would rather see our tax dollars paid to hunt down osama bin laden than to pay for health care on 20 million illegal aliens. thank you. host: thank you. next telephone call is from santa rosa, calif. on the democrats' line. good morning. caller: i was wondering if any of the troop surge included catching bin laden. i have not heard any more about that. t again. host: thank you. chile, republican -- joey, republican line. caller: i think we should stay the course. if we pulled out now, everybody who has died would have died in vain. all these democrats will are saying that we need to pull out. they have no idea. look what happened in somalia when those rangers wanted support and clinton denied it. democrats are likely need to pull out. clinton was the calveroward. 18 rangers and countless others died in vain. if we do not stay the course, everybody who has died in iraq and af
insurance for the very first time. americans like katie gibson, a cancer survivor from bozeman, montana who shared her story with me this summer. because of a medical condition, katie's insurance policy was suddenly revoked when she needed it the most even though she was paying her premiums. i called katie this morning and i told her that when the bill that passed last night becomes law, we'll be able to protect americans just like her from the kind of insurance company abuses she had tone door. and i told her that it was because of her willingness to share her story and the extraordinary activism that she and people like her all across the country displayed, not just this year but over the last several years, that we are finally this close to getting reform done. their lives are what's at stake in this debate. and moments like this are why they sent us here, to finally meet the challenges that washington has put off for decades, to make their lives better and this nation stronger, to move america forward. that's what the house did last night when it brought us closer than we have ever been
not unwrap this one early? oprah released clips. thereon oprah ask her about the infamous katie couric interview. >> did you think that was a seminole defining moment for you? >> i did not. neither did the campaign, that's why segment maybe two, three, four, five were scheduled. the campaign said right on, good, showing your independence what the country wants to see this is a good interview. i was thinking if you thought it was a good interview i don't know what a bad interview was because i knew it wasn't a good interview. >> sarah bernard contributing editor of "new york" magazine and brian, comedian and journalist welcome to the show. >> thanks. >> did you see the interview? >> i did. >> did you see it was hostile of katie? >> no, i think this he were very straightforward questions and she did what she's supposed to do. i don't say that because i work at cbs, persist tents and followed up like journalism 101, sad that is seen as extraordinary. she didn't a great job but shouldn't that be par for the course. >> why isn't that? >> because ever everybody is afraid. >> she wouldn't ans
. clayton: katie couric, steven spielberg. these two people aren't on the list and they show up at the white house and they just manage to go through the procession there and they are not even on the list. i guess now there is a bit of a secret service investigation into these guys. they ended up being in the same room as the withpresident. >> she is taking pictures with joe biden. >> they were posted on their facebook page. they said so happy to go to the white house honoring india. they are bragging about it turns out that they are trying to get themselves a reality show. ainsley: did you watch that reality show housewives of orange county, new york. apparently they are going to be on the housewives. whatever, you know you have seen it. rick: i have never seen it in my life. ainsley: whatever. they are going to be on housewives of d.c. i believe it's already filmed. i like that housewives. clayton: they were trying to get on that show or they are part of the show. i don't know how in the world they found out all of the details about it. about the procession, what time to arrive. here is th
with katie couric again. wait a minute, isn't that where all the trouble started? >> it is. as i talked to the persecutionist sarah palin that affected independents in particular views of sarah palin and whether she was up to the job of high office. that's why i think if she is considering another run for the presidency, down the line she is going to have to do a grudge match if you will, another sit down with katie couric. i think this time she will be a little bit more prepared. a little bit more comfortable than she was the first time. peter: matthew, how does she overcome the mainstream media? we see christopher hitchens kind of snarky, if not sexist piece in "newsweek" in today's "new york times" review of her book, which is dismissive in some ways. how does she get beyond that? >> it's going to be hard. she is already starting to do that. that's by speaking directly to her supporters. now the book is part of that she is going to do the big name interviews that will humanize her a little wit. the real thing that's happening under the radar are direct communications on facebook and
is the young e. person ever named as the cma's entertainer of the year. right now katie couric has a preview of tonight's "cbs evening news." >>> good morning. american employees spent an hour and a half online during every workday, but many of those sites are not exactly job oriented. and now businesses are watching. we'll show you how they're cracking down tonight only on the "cbs evening news." now back to "the early show." >>> it is now 8:06 on this thursday morning. and dave is down in virginia beach, virginia this morning kind of shaky there, dave. he has another check of the west. how are you doing, buddy? >> reporter: it is very uncomfortable out here. that com ben nation of the pelting rain and the blowing sand at this point, it's gotten into some of our equipment and we've had to trade it out at the last minute which is why i'm holding this box right in front of me. the winds now gusting to 55, 56 miles an hour with temperatures in the mid-50s. it's cold and this system is just sitting over the beach at this point slowly meandering up the east coast. it is the remnants of ida that
and victims' families are on hand for the event. >>> right now katie couric has a preview of tonight's "cbs evening news." >>> good morning. it's a disease that affects millions of older americans. but now some doctors say there's a new approach to treating dementia. we'll have that story and much more tonight only on the "cbs evening news." now back to "the early show." >>> it will be 8:04 some about nine seconds. let's go outside to dave price when has another check of the weather. david? >> good morning, russ. swhee note this is our last weathe >>> good morning. what we're talking about temperatures down into the low 50s. cloudy and it's going to be on the cool dampish feeling side. but no rain in the forecast. 61 is your normal. tonight down to an overnight low of about 40 degrees. and over the five-day, we're going to see the sun come back after the overnight. temperatures remaining on the cool side, essentially in >> announcer: this weather report sponsored by walmart. christmas costs less at walmart. save money, live better. walmart. >>> that's quick check of yous weather. a big hell
of katie. you know... runaway stage. well, dinner will be ready in a few minutes. imagine what a little time can do for your family. vehicle and ran up the hill is when things started getting pretty bad. and we started encountering fire. >> reporter: sergeant munley is still in the hospital recovering from those bullet wounds. secretary of defense robert gates was one of her first visitors. >>> a california man is due to turn himself in today charged with wearing military medals he never urned. steven burton showed up at a high school reunion in june dressed as a decorated marine veteran. a suspicious classmate who is a navy commander contacted the fbi. if convicted of federal impersonation charges burton could be sentenced to a year in prison. >>> former heavyweight champ mike tyson and a celebrity photographer duked it out at the l.a. airport last night. both say they will file charges. tyson was arrested and relaelsed after allegedly hitting the photographer who fell and cut his forehead. tyson was traveling with his family. he says he was just trying to protect his infant daughter f
were slightly injured. cruise was not there at the time. >>> right now katie couric has a preview of tonight's cbs evening news. >>> concerned about health care reform and what the key issues of cost, the public option and medicare will mean for you? we'll have a reality check tonight only on the "cbs evening news." now back to "the early show." >>> it is now 8:05. let's go outside to dave, let's wait and see, price. he has another check of the weather. >> you know what, harry pointed out to me just a couple meants ago that we aare neglecting the people at the very end of the lines. so let's say hello to these fine folks from south carolina. they're on a tour here and we have these people celebrating a 50th anniversary. you must have gotten married when you're ten. you know what i'm saying, it's a compliment. and a first great fwrand children, waiting for it to be born. it could happen while we do the weather. let's take a check of the weather picture. trouble brewing. it looks like this system, this low pressure system, is going to roll on through. kind of gain? some strength tue
with a 21 gun salute. first responders and victims' families are on hand for the event. >>> right now katie couric has a preview of tonight's "cbs evening news." >>> good morning. it's a disease that affects millions of older americans. but now some doctors say there's a new approach to treating dementia. we'll have that story and much more tonight only on the "cbs evening news." now back to "the early show." >>> it will be 8:04 some about nine seconds. let's go outside to dave price when has another check of the weather. david? >> good morning, russ. swhee note this is our last weather forecast in the present. because had had just agent while, we're stepping in to the time machine, everybody. how about a big wooo. stick around if that. let's go it the maps right now, see what's happening all across the country. looks like a daump afternoon if you are in portions of wisconsin, sections of actually minnesota, into illinois, over into indiana, stretching in to michigan, as well. just watch it right around the great lakes, could see a damp afternoon. widen out the maps and we'll it a look at t
the interview with katie couric. >> must we? >> yes. >> okay. >> you talked about it in the book so i assume everything in the book-- >> it is. >> you do say that it wasn't your best interview. >> here again. >> a seminal defining moment for you, that interview. >> i did not and neither did the campaign. in fact, that's why segment two, three, four, maybe five were scheduled, the campaign said right on, good, you're showing your independence, this is what america needs to say and it's a good interview and i'm thinking if you thought that was a good interview, i don't know what a bad interview was. i knew it wasn't a good interview. >> the book tour is underway come to go a city near you. karl, what is her political future, can she bounce back from the resignation, from the interviews we've seen and where does her future lie in politics? >> well, yes, the answer to your second question, can she bounce back, the answer is yes. i mean, she's a woman of formidable talents with an enthusiastic following. and the answer to your first question, we don't know. i mean, what is her future in politics?
and blair underwood and katie couric, brian williams and robin roberts and cnn's own fareed zakaria and sanjay gupta, and colin powell, michael bloomberg, speaker nancy pelosi, and a cast of other big players, at least one of whom, the energy secretary, went the wrong way. in the tent on the south lawn, all seemed to go right. the prime minister was the guest of honor, but all the focus was on the commander in chief. >> it's been said that the most beautiful things in the universe are the starry heavens above us and the feeling of duty within us. mr. prime minister, today we work to fulfill our duty, to bring our countries closer together than ever before. tonight, under the stars, we celebrate the spirit that will sustain our partnership, the bonds of friendship between our people. to the future that beckons all of us. >> reporter: the guests dined on eggplant salad, roast potato dump lings, chickpeas, okra, and prawns with a pumpkin by tart for dessert. it was all served on china from the eisenhower, clinton, and george w. bush years. ♪ peace and quiet and an old >> reporter: je
of scene transitions. >> reporter: wow. let's go to katie glass. who is your character and how do you get through character. >> i play nina and she is going through an audition. i take all of my auditions and portray them. >> reporter: give fox 45 a little taste this morning. >> do you have a fever? >> yes, sir, 103. >> good god, what are you doing walking around in the dead of winter with a 103 fever. go home and come back another time. >> oh, no, i waited six months to get this audition, and i waited three months to be put on the waiting list. please let me audition. i'm feeling a whole lot better. i think i'm down to 101 now. >> i can see that you are set on being an actress. >> the bones in my body. >> what practical experience do you have? >> as to what? >> for example, the thing we're talking about. >> you mean on stage? >> reporter: the good doctor is playing at centennial high school september 11th through the 14th. shows -- november 11th through the nowrnght. 14th, fore information, log on to foxbaltimore.com. >>> it's going to help the kids come out of their shell. i couldn't
fey thing. sarah palin did an interview with katie couric. a lot of people saw. 15 million people saw tina fey. -- being sarah palin. i think that is where it is going right now. we have to understand there's so much opportunity to communicate now than the way we use to, which was through traditional media. if we find ways to get people interested, we can have profound consequences. >> we use to make decisions about some of the shows are based on the size of the audience. you would say it only has 2 million people. i don't know if we should take a candidate's time. but with youtube and at thousand -- and cable shows repeating the clips from it, something that was originally viewed by two or 3 million people gets viewed by 15 million people and it is a different calculation when you are making the decision of do i take three or 10 hours of the canada's time and bought them on that show -- of the can of its's time and book them on that show. -- of the candidate's time. >> you are trying to drive as much raw content to them as possible. it is a scary world out there. you are throwing all
all hold tina fey thing. sarah palin did an interview with katie couric. a lot of people saw. 15 million people saw tina fey. -- being sarah palin. i think that is where it is going right now. we have to understand there's so much opportunity to communicate now than the way we use to, which was through traditional media. if we find ways to get people interested, we can have profound consequences. >> we use to make decisions about some of the shows are based on the size of the audience. you would say it only has 2 million people. i don't know if we should take a candidate's time. but with youtube and at thousand -- and cable shows repeating the clips from it, something that was originally viewed by two or 3 million people gets viewed by 15 million people and it is a different calculation when you are making the decision of do i take three or 10 hours of the canada's time and bought them on that show -- of the can of its's time and book them on that show. -- of the candidate's time. >> you are trying to drive as much raw content to them as possible. it is a scary world out there. y
as a sexually violent predator. in 1976, garrido had kidnapped and repeatedly raped katie hall. paroled after 11 years, he then confronted hall at work. >> i've tried to tell them that this man was extremely dangerous. i tried to tell them, because i was the only one who knew how dangerous he was. and they were pretty dismissive with me. >> reporter: hall wants those responsible for the mistakes in jaycee's case to be held publicly accountable. jaycee's lawyer is adamant as well. >> we expect that the authorities are going to take the necessary action and make sure this doesn't happen again. >> reporter: but if anyone has been disciplined for the terrible lapses that may have cost jaycee and her daughters years of freedom, officials aren't saying. for "today," chris jansing, nbc news, los angeles. >> matthew kate is the secretary of the california department of corrections and rehabilitation. good morning to you, mr. cate. >> good morning. >> looking over the results of this investigation, it is just one failure after another for your department. you yourself have called this case horrendous. so
corporations in america move into this space. katie mcginty, counsellor in the clinton white house that when on to become the secretary of the environment of pennsylvania and is currently a partner in a major private equity and venture capital firm. i will turn it over. please welcome this next session. it is all yours. >> >> hello, out there. i now know how it feels to be a chairman. welcome again, everyone. thank you for bringing us here. it is wonderful to see that we have policies to celebrate as well as a few more that we might ask for. nobody out there has a wish list, do you? nope. >> we want to kick off the session by going right at it. we all know that the job is to scale up, but to scale, we have to go granular. how can we get the specific ideas, the specific policies that are going to be the turnkey's to enable us to continue to grow this industry? i think that roger will agree, and not to put out a challenge to the follow-up panels, but we've got the best panel. as you will see, with the insights that our panel will share, let me introduce our panel, briefly. then roger and i wil
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